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Old 01-31-2016, 03:36 PM   #1
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Has anyone purchased from RV One, specifically the Des Moines location? We live in the Chicago area and the model we like is only made at the Idaho location, so my dealer has it priced very high to order it. We checked out RV Ones price and they are almost 10k cheaper, almost seems like it's to good to be true. I'm just trying to see if anyone has dealt with them at that location because I'm getting a lot of mixed reviews online. Thanks!
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Not from that location but my sister in law bought from the one in Orlando. They were very pleased. There were no hidden fees or games. I will definitely consider RV one on our next purchase. I did not know about them when I bought our current trailer.
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Since you're looking, try Indiana RV Connection in Middlebury, IN. I bought mine there, very satisfied BTW, and at least one or two other JOF members bought there, too.
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Since you're looking, try Indiana RV Connection in Middlebury, IN. I bought mine there, very satisfied BTW, and at least one or two other JOF members bought there, too.
I got a much better deal from Jessica at Indiana RV Connection.

When I shopped RV One, this was their response. IRVC kicked their butt.

Standard discount can be had for 30 to 35 percent off list. Go to the Jayco website, build your unit, get the retail price, and discount from there. Then go to both and see if you can get your local dealer to come within $1000 with shipping. You will be lucky to get a dealer to play ball. Lots of other big fish willing to pay more who have no clue how heavily marked up units are retail.
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